Solicitors in Essex

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Disputes minimised by clearly worded wills
July 2013

The increasing complexity of modern family life has led to rises in the number of will disputes involving illegitimate children, making it crucial that such documents are worded correctly. Continue reading...

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Flood insurance deal for at-risk homes
July 2013

Hundreds of thousands of households which are at risk of flooding will benefit from affordable insurance following an agreement between the Association of British Insurers (ABI) and the government. Continue reading...

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The hidden costs of top up fees
July 2013

According to new research, over a quarter (28 percent) of people in local authority-funded care homes are being forced to pay top up fees. Continue reading...

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Law change brings in ‘mediation first’ rule
July 2013

Separating couples will be legally required to find out about ways to settle disputes away from the courtroom, under new laws currently going through Parliament. Continue reading...

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Law change brings in ‘mediation first’ rule
July 2013

Separating couples will be legally required to find out about ways to settle disputes away from the courtroom, under new laws currently going through Parliament. Continue reading...

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What happens to your digital footprint when you die?
July 2013

by Lee McClellan (Basildon), Helen Jago (Basildon) and Tim Steele (SWF). Continue reading...

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More firms facing insolvency, despite zombie fall
July 2013

Research by the insolvency trade body R3 has revealed a sharp rise in small businesses facing insolvency, despite a fall in so-called zombie companies. Continue reading...

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Insolvency rules must be obeyed
July 2013

With news that two more company directors have been struck off and banned for six and 12 years respectively from acting as directors, individuals should be aware of their responsibilities in the case of insolvency. Continue reading...

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Living together good for your wealth
May 2013

People who live together or are married are better off financially than those who are single, according to new research. Continue reading...

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More buoyant housing market may not benefit IVAs
May 2013

The recent announcement that the housing market is once again on the rise in England and Wales may be good news for the economy and for most homeowners, but may be less welcome for people using IVAs. Continue reading...

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